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The Boley Law Library is here to support you in your bar exam preparation. Below are some of the services geared for bar exam studying.
Need anything? Just ask via chat, email, phone, or Zoom.
From all of us at Boley, best of luck. You've got this!
Our West Academic Online Study Aids collection has a number of specific bar exam success titles:
Questions? Here are links and much more information about our West Academic Online subscription.
Your law school Quimbee login gains you access to 80 free MBE practice questions, 24 simulated MPRE practice questions, and 7,836 flashcards.
Login using the Quimbee login, likely created back when you were a 1L. Your Quimbee account will remain active through the bar study period. Trouble logging in? Please contact the library at email@example.com or 503-768-6708.
MBE Practice Questions
You will find a wide variety of quiet study spaces available for bar exam studying. Please visit our Coronavirus Response Site for the latest updates on our building status, hours, and how we may support you.
Our quiet reading room has a mix of open tables overlooking Tryon State Park, more private carrels, and some casual seating. In the library atrium we have tables and comfortable chairs, complete with ambient library noise. And there's yet more open tables with beautiful views of nature in the Wood Hall reading room.
The Boley quiet reading room has dozens of carrels of various types. All are mixed in among the bookshelves, providing privacy and quiet. Some have windows views, others are guaranteed distraction free. No reservations necessary.
Wood Hall has nine group study rooms. Groups of two or more may sign up for 4-hour slots. Hoping to find an empty room for yourself? Individuals are welcome to use any empty study room until groups of two or more arrive and ask to use the space.
In addition to a variety of places to study, we provide a selection of items to help you get through the day. Check them out from the library front desk.
You will find these print materials available for bar exam studying. Please visit our Coronavirus Response Site for the latest updates on our building status, hours, and how we may support you.
We have all sorts of bar preparation resources in print, from survival guides to "how-tos" to bar admissions guides. Most of our bar preparation guides are located on reserve for three-hour checkout. Just ask for them at the library front desk.
In addition to the highlighted titles, below, the following practice aids have arrived and are now available in our bar exam prep collection:
Available now for checkout: